2010 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
XIV Ibero-American Championships in Athletics
px
Host city San Fernando, SpainSpain
Date(s) 4 – 6 June
Main stadium Estadio Municipal Bahía Sur
Participation 449 athletes from
29 nations
Events 44
Records set 12 Championship records

The 2010 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics (Spanish: XIV Campeonato Iberoamericano de Atletismo) was an athletics competition which was held at the Estadio Municipal Bahía Sur in San Fernando, Cádiz, Spain from 4–6 June. A total of 44 events were contested, of which 22 by male and 22 by female athletes. A total of 459 athletes from 29 nations participated in the championships.[1] Twelve championships records were set at the fourteenth edition of the competition.

Cuba topped the medal table with 15 golds and 25 medals in total. The hosts, Spain, were runners-up with 11 golds and 31 medals overall, while Brazil took third place in the final tally. The event was held to coincide with the city's celebration of the 200th anniversary of the meetings of the Cádiz Cortes, which paved the way towards the liberation of Spanish America.[2]

Brazil's Fabiana Murer provided the highlight of the championships by winning the pole vault with a South American record of 4.85 m – placing her in fourth on the all-time lists. Nilson André scored a sprint double by taking the men's 100 and 200 metres titles. The men's 4×400 metre relay provided Cubans Yeimer López and Omar Cisneros with their second gold medals of the competition, after having won the 800 metres and 400 metres hurdles, respectively. Jessica Augusto of Portugal set a championship record of 8:46.59 in the 3000 metres, along with winning a bronze medal in the 1500 metres.[3]

Records[edit]

Host stadium in San Fernando.
Name Event Country Record Type
Men
Héctor Carrasquillo 400 metres  Puerto Rico 45.60 NR
Yeimer López 800 metres  Cuba 1:45.36 CR
Ayad Lamdassem 5000 metres  Spain 13:32.48 CR
Héctor Cotto 110 metres hurdles  Puerto Rico 13.54 m NR
Alvaro Vásquez 3000 m steeplechase  Nicaragua 9:04.02 NR
Alexis Copello Triple jump  Cuba 17.28 m CR
Marco Fortes Shot put  Portugal 20.69 m CR NR
Guillermo Martínez Javelin throw  Cuba 81.71 m CR
Women
Nuria Fernández 1500 metres  Spain 4:05.71 CR
Juliana Paula Gomes dos Santos 1500 metres  Brazil 4:07.30 NR
Jessica Augusto 3000 metres  Portugal 8:46.59 CR
Rosa Morató 3000 metres steeplechase  Spain 9:40.26 CR
Anay Tejeda 100 metres hurdles  Cuba 12.84 CR
Fabiana Murer Pole vault  Brazil 4.85 CR
AR
Yargelis Savigne Triple jump  Cuba 14.62 CR
Ana Cabecinha 10 km walk  Portugal 43:31.21 CR
Key:0000 WR — World record  • AR — Area record  • CR — Championship record  • NR — National record

Medal summary[edit]

For full event details see 2010 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics – Results

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Nilson André (BRA) 10.24  Yunier Pérez (CUB) 10.37  Daniel Grueso (COL) 10.39
200 metres  Nilson André (BRA) 20.94  Rolando Palacios (HON) 21.20  Yazaldes Nascimento (POR) 21.31
400 metres  Nery Brenes (CRC) 45.19  Williams Collazo (CUB) 45.33  Héctor Carrasquillo (PUR) 45.60 NR
800 metres  Yeimer López (CUB) 1:45.36 CR  Kléberson Davide (BRA) 1:45.82  Antonio Manuel Reina (ESP) 1:46.15
1500 metres  David Bustos (ESP) 3:43.19  Eduardo Villanueva (VEN) 3:43.72  Leandro de Oliveira (BRA) 3:44.08
3000 metres  Leandro de Oliveira (BRA) 8:15.55  Reyes Estévez (ESP) 8:15.58  Joilson da Silva (BRA) 8:16.58
5000 metres  Ayad Lamdassem (ESP) 13:32.48 CR  Marílson Gomes dos Santos (BRA) 13:34.92  Miguel Barzola (ARG) 13:42.55
110 metre hurdles  Héctor Cotto (PUR) 13.54 NR  Jackson Quiñónez (ESP) 13.65  Anselmo Gomes da Silva (BRA) 13.82
400 metre hurdles  Omar Cisneros (CUB) 49.19  Andrés Silva (URU) 49.58  Mahau Camargo Suguimati (BRA) 49.87
3000 metre steeplechase  José Alberto Sánchez (CUB) 8:31.80  Mário Teixeira (POR) 8:32.21  Alberto Paulo (POR) 8:34.52
4×100 metre relay  Puerto Rico (PUR)
Marcos Amalbert
Yavid Zackey
Luis López
Miguel López
39.31  Spain (ESP)
Iván Mocholí Calabuig
Ángel David Rodríguez
Alberto Gavaldá
Daniel Molowny
39.45  Colombia (COL)
Álvaro Gómez
Luis Carlos Nuñez Julio
Isidro Montoya
Daniel Grueso
39.76
4×400 metre relay  Cuba (CUB)
Omar Cisneros
Yeimer López
Yunier Pérez
Williams Collazo
3:04.86  Brazil (BRA)
Hederson Estefani
Wagner Cardoso
Kléberson Davide
Eduardo Vasconcelos
3:05.43  Venezuela (VEN)
Freddy Mezones
Arturo Ramírez
Omar Longart
Albert Bravo
3:05.53
20,000 metres walk  Francisco Arcilla (ESP) 1:24:38.4  Yerko Araya (CHI) 1:25:27.5  Pedro Isidro (POR) 1:25:54.7
High jump  Javier Bermejo (ESP) 2.24 m  Wanner Miller (COL) 2.18 m  Carlos Layoy (ARG) 2.18 m
Pole vault  Lázaro Borges (CUB) 5.60 m  Fábio Gomes da Silva (BRA) 5.55 m  Edi Maia (POR) 5.30 m
Long jump  Wilfredo Martínez (CUB) 8.04 m  Joan Lino Martínez (ESP) 7.68 m  Mauro Vinícius da Silva (BRA) 7.60 m
Triple jump  Alexis Copello (CUB) 17.28 m CR  Yoandri Betanzos (CUB) 17.19 m  Jadel Gregório (BRA) 16.82 m
Shot put  Marco Fortes (POR) 20.69 m CR, NR  Germán Lauro (ARG) 20.43 m  Carlos Véliz (CUB) 20.20 m
Discus throw  Mario Pestano (ESP) 63.01 m  Frank Casañas (ESP) 62.08 m  Jorge Fernández (CUB) 61.76 m
Hammer throw  Roberto Janet (CUB) 73.82 m  Juan Ignacio Cerra (ARG) 71.37 m  Wagner Domingos (BRA) 70.95 m
Javelin throw  Guillermo Martínez (CUB) 81.71 m CR  Víctor Fatecha (PAR) 76.34 m  Dayron Márquez (COL) 74.77 m
Decathlon  Luiz Alberto de Araújo (BRA) 7816 pts  Agustín Félix (ESP) 7395 pts  Román Gastaldi (ARG) 7290 pts

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres  Ana Claudia Lemos da Silva (BRA) 11.38  Erika Rivera (PUR) 11.45  Digna Luz Murillo (ESP) 11.49
200 metres  Erika Rivera (PUR) 23.18  Roxana Díaz (CUB) 23.25  Carol Rodríguez (PUR) 23.54
400 metres  Daisurami Bonne (CUB) 52.25  Yenifer Padilla (COL) 52.68  Jailma de Lima (BRA) 52.86
800 metres  Andrea Ferris (PAN) 2:02.86  Rosemary Almanza (CUB) 2:03.03  Indira Terrero (CUB) 2:03.24
1500 metres  Nuria Fernández (ESP) 4:05.71 CR  Juliana dos Santos (BRA) 4:07.30 NR  Jéssica Augusto (POR) 4:08.32
3000 metres  Jéssica Augusto (POR) 8:46.59 CR  Iris Fuentes-Pila (ESP) 9:06.24  Diana Martín (ESP) 9:06.53
5000 metres  Judit Plá (ESP) 15:43.20  Simone da Silva (BRA) 15:49.79  Yolanda Caballero (COL) 15:50.18
100 metre hurdles  Anay Tejeda (CUB) 12.84 CR  Brigitte Merlano (COL) 13.10  Shantia Moss (DOM) 13.25
400 metre hurdles  Zudikey Rodríguez (MEX) 56.33  Patrícia Lopes (POR) 57.50  Laia Forcadell (ESP) 57.73
3000 metre steeplechase  Rosa Morató (ESP) 9:40.26 CR  Zulema Fuentes-Pila (ESP) 9:53.75  Sabine Heitling (BRA) 9:56.02
4×100 metre relay  Brazil (BRA)
Ana Claudia Lemos da Silva
Thaíssa Presti
Vanda Gomes
Bárbara Leôncio
43.97  Colombia (COL)
Maria Idrobo
Darlenys Obregón
Yomara Hinestroza
Eliecit Palacios
44.29  Spain (ESP)
Ana Torrijos
Digna Luz Murillo
Estela García
Amparo María Cotán
44.38
4×400 metre relay  Cuba (CUB)
Roxana Díaz
Indira Terrero
Susana Clement
Daisurami Bonne
3:30.73  Mexico (MEX)
Karla Dueñas
Nallely Vela
Gabriela Medina
Zudikey Rodríguez
3:32.96  Brazil (BRA)
Sheila Ferreira
Bárbara de Oliveira
Aline dos Santos
Jailma de Lima
3:33.17
10,000 metres walk  Ana Cabecinha (POR) 43:31.21 CR  Júlia Takács (ESP) 43:35.50  Inês Henriques (POR) 44:31.27
High jump  Ruth Beitia (ESP) 1.89 m  Lesyani Mayor (CUB) 1.86 m  Romary Rifka (MEX) 1.83 m
Pole vault  Fabiana Murer (BRA) 4.85 m AR CR  Ana Piñero (ESP) 4.30 m  Karla da Silva (BRA) 4.20 m
Long jump  Concepción Montaner (ESP) 6.45 m  Vanessa Seles (BRA) 6.29 m  Eliane Martins (BRA) 6.17 m
Triple jump  Yargelis Savigne (CUB) 14.62 m  Caterine Ibargüen (COL) 14.29 m  Patricia Sarrapio (ESP) 14.10 m
Shot put  Misleydis González (CUB) 18.52 m  Natalia Duco (CHI) 17.10 m  Úrsula Ruiz (ESP) 16.97 m
Discus throw  Yarisley Collado (CUB) 60.23 m  Yarelis Barrios (CUB) 59.96 m  Elisângela Adriano (BRA) 58.86 m
Hammer throw  Jennifer Dahlgren (ARG) 70.91 m  Berta Castells (ESP) 68.37 m  Rosa Rodríguez (VEN) 67.58 m
Javelin throw  Mercedes Chilla (ESP) 62.39 m  Silvia Cruz (POR) 53.43 m  Nuria Ferrer (ESP) 51.90 m
Heptathlon  Soledad Donzino (ARG) 5459 pts  Estefania Fortes (ESP) 5406 pts  Barbara Hernando (ESP) 5314 pts

Medal table[edit]

Fabiana Murer set a South American pole vault record
Key
  The host country is highlighted in lavender blue
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cuba 15 7 3 25
2  Spain 11 12 9 32
3  Brazil 7 8 12 27
4  Portugal 3 3 6 12
5  Puerto Rico 3 1 2 6
6  Argentina 2 2 3 7
7  Mexico 1 1 1 3
8=  Costa Rica 1 0 0 1
8=  Panama 1 0 0 1
10  Colombia 0 5 4 9
11  Chile 0 2 0 2
12  Venezuela 0 1 2 3
13=  Honduras 0 1 0 1
13=  Paraguay 0 1 0 1
13=  Uruguay 0 1 0 1
16  Dominican Republic 0 0 1 1
Total 44 44 44 132

Participating nations[edit]

The participation of all twenty-nine members Asociación Iberoamericana de Atletismo was a new record high for the championships. The level of athlete participation was also high: 449 athletes competed at the event, which was the second highest in history after the 1992 championships.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Número de Participantes por País. (Spanish). RFEA. Retrieved on 2010-06-07.
  2. ^ Bicentenario Cortes 1810 (Spanish). CIASF2010. Retrieved on 2010-06-07.
  3. ^ Valiente, Emeterio (2010-06-07). Murer vaults 4.85m Area Record as Cuba and Spain dominate in San Fernando – Ibero-American Championships report. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-06-07.

External links[edit]